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hangfire

[′haŋ‚fīr]
(engineering)
Delay in the explosion of a charge.
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PULLED PORK SAUSAGE ROLLS WITH HANGFIRE SMOKEHOUSE SAUCE (Makes around 10)
Below: Sausage rolls with hangfire smokehouse sauce
After the series ended in 1990, Lou starred in films such as Hangfire and The Godson.
Pettigrews prides itself on its quality and excellent customer service and provides speciality products with local foodie institutions such as Hangfire BBQ.
Hangfire Southern Smokehouse They may have opened up in Barry but Samantha Evans and Shauna Guinn still take their slow and low barbecue food to the public.
With a Hangfire, the cartridge is struck by the hammer and there is a perceptible delay in firing.
When they find the statue, they discover it has not been stolen and has no value, except, seemingly, to the criminal Hangfire.
Lizzie Lee Evans from Tredegar lost his sight 10 years ago due to complications with diabetes, but the 39-year-old musician, who has been playing guitar since he was nine, is aiming for success with South Wales band Hangfire.
Lou continued to work throughout the nineties in films like 1991's Hangfire, The Naked Truth, in 1992, and The Godson in 1998, but the gentle giant now concentrates on body-building education instead of acting.
A misfire and/or hangfire is very dangerous besides losing the game you're shooting at.
HANGFIRE SOUTHERN SMOKEHOUSE They may have opened up in Barry, but Samantha Evans and Shauna Guinn still take their slow and low barbecue food to the public.
Asador 44, the new restaurant offering from the Cowbridge born brothers behind Bar 44, will be cooking delicious Spanishinspired Chuleton steaks, charcoalgrilled fish and vegetables (3pm Monday); Meat and Greek will be serving up their ever-popular grilled Greek-Cypriot street food (3pm Sunday) and Hangfire Smokehouse will back at the festival with soul food classics, award winning barbecue meats and grilled goodies (4pm Sunday and Monday).